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Some of our favorite projects
Through end-user interviews and cutting-edge technology research, we created digital tools to manage the relationship/communication between Caregivers and their Patients.
We helped a renowned organization push beyond legacy media & into the palm of your hand via the NatGeo View iOS App.
Created tools for IBM’s Japanese salesforce enabling them to capture the needs of potential customers in a modern, compelling manner.
Disney desired to be first-to-market on the newly released iPhone and create an awe-inspiring, immersive experience.
Tippet Rise Art Center
We created a visual identity, website, and ticketing platform to introduce a new world-class art & music center set on a 12,000-acre working sheep and cattle ranch in Montana.
We took a fresh look at the Under Armour brand to imagine what else it could be.
How To Work With Us
Some Ways You Can Start Working With Us
Take A Hike
A two hour hike with a senior strategist. After completing some prework, we swap key questions that we prepared in advance and take a walk.
Many People, One Question
We stop people on the street and ask them a carefully designed question on camera. If you’re looking for simple clarity, this method has shown remarkable success.
Internet V. Library
Two strategists at Crush are assigned with the task of finding insights. One is only allowed internet resources, the other is only allowed offline resources. They cross pitch, and then we sit together to compare insights.
We bring a relevant speaker, host a dinner with great food and atmosphere, and ask everyone attending to make a measurable and specific commitment.
Sometimes brands can be stifling to creativity. But not all creativity needs to see the light of day. Crush will create an original film project to help your team see their work in a new light.
The Secret Manifesto
Group meetings can make it hard for some members of the team to contribute. We interview your team one on one and create a pamphlet to show where your team has great coherence — and where the major areas of disagreement lie.